General Douglas MacArthur Handicap
General Douglas MacArthur Handicap has been run at Belmont Park in New York since 1982 for New York breds, aged three-years-old and up. An ungraded stakes race of onemile on the dirt, it offers a purse of $100,000. Though not restricted to New York bred horses, this is not an open race: it is considered a race on the New York bred schedule.
This race is named in honor of General Douglas MacArthur, one of America's foremost generals in World War II and commander of the Allied Forces.
This race is not listed on the 2009 schedule of races at Belmont Park.
- 2008 - Canceled?
- 2007 - Naughty New Yorker
- 2006 - Naughty New Yorker (Edgar Prado)
- 2005 - Clever Electrician (Ramon Dominguez)
- 2004 - Clever Electrician (Ramon Dominguez)
- 2003 - Well Fancied (Edgar Prado)
- 2002 - Well Fancied (John Velazquez)
- 2001 - John Paul II (Richard Migliore)
- 2000 - Say Florida Sandy (Shaun Bridgmohan)
- 1999 - Stalwart Member (Jorge Chavez)
- 1998 - Say Florida Sandy (John Velazquez)
- 1997 - Stalward Member (John Velazquez)
- 1996 - Patsyprospect (Jerry Bailey)
- 1995 - Corma Ray (Jorge Chavez)
- 1994 - Itaka (Shane Sellers)
- 1993 - Local Problem (Joe Bravo)
- 1992 - Excellent Tripper (Chris Antley)
- 1991 - G'Day Mate (Herb McCauley)
- 1990 - Zee Best (Jerry Bailey)
- 1989 - Packett's Landing (Craig Perret)
- 1988 - Tinchen's Prince (Jose Santos)
- 1987 - G'Day Mate (Frank Lovato, Jr.)
- 1986 - Romancer (Antonio Graell)
- 1985 - Sir Keys (Don MacBeth)
- 1984 - Org (Antonio Graell)
- 1983 - Music Prince (Don MacBeth)